Join us for China Residencies's 7th Dumpling Party! 

Sunday 2/23 @ Prime Produce
424 West 54th St, New York, NY

 🎟️ TICKETS 🎟️

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🥟 Come make and eat dumplings (we'll be teaching you how, as always) 🥟 and celebrate our 7th year of existence as a nonprofit helping artists, musicians, filmmakers, and mentoring collectives so that all kinds of creative people can create great things in mainland China, Hong Kong, and beyond.

This year, things are a little different but we're doing our best to keep it together, virtually! We're honoring the wonderful Shanghai Community Radio who are broadcasting from home during the Covid-19 outbreak, and we're inviting you all to tune in to the cloud party even if you can't join us <3


🐉 Pam Liou 🐉 Lucy Liu 🐉 Agnes Cameron 🐉 Gary Zhexi Zhang 🐉 Austin Smith 🐉 Fei Liu 🐉 Amanda Zhang 🐉 Josue Chavez 🐉 Miles Greenberg 🐉 DJ Sierra Lim

🥟   饺子 加油 ! 🥟


The China Residencies Team will a raffle of fantastic surprises, including limited edition artworks from our exhibition Meme Tactics! Each person gets a ticket, and you can always buy more: all proceeds from the raffle will go to our new artist emergency travel fund. Raffle drawings will happen on the hour!

We're also collaborating with local NYC design ships 3standardstoppage and Special Special to collect supplies for hospitals overwhelmed by the coronavirus.

fill out this form to donate supplied, courier services, or raffle-able goods!


We're curating a special pop-up edition of our exhibition, Meme Tactics, with selection of our favorite memes, comics, PSAs and creative coping mechanisms from all of those who have been pent up since January! Stop by our demystifying information station to get answers to any and all questions about the coronavirus outbreak.

Whose news can be trusted? What's the best way to spread accurate information? Which ways can artists use humor to remind people to wash their hands *and* not be racist? How do bands keep practicing if musicians can't leave their houses? Why host a cloud party?

Tickets are based on a sliding-scale suggested donation:

~ $7  ~ cute cookie  ~ $7 ~

~ $27 ~ loving dumpling ~ $27 ~

~ $77 ~  wonderful noodle  ~ $77 ~

~ $177 ~ big banquet baijiu ~ $177 ~

 with no one turned away for lack of funds

So, pay what you can, come one, come all! 

Get your tickets in advance on withfriends right here

or by making a donation

via PayPal or Facebook or Venmo us @chinares

Prime Produce is wheelchair accessible, with three separate all-gender restrooms on the ground floor. The event is on a split-level the ground floor with entry directly from the street. There is a front area (where the Meme Tactics pop-up exhibition will be) that is accessible by ADA ramp.

Prime Produce is at 424 West 54th St between 9th & 10th Ave in Manhattan.The closest accessible subway stations are the:
- E/C train at 50th St (take the 8th Ave & 50th St NW corner exit) and the A/C + 1/2/3 + B/D at Columbus Circle is about a 10 minute walk.
Other nearby non-accessible subway stations include 1 train at 50th St (Broadway & 50th NW corner exit), the N/R/W 57th st & 7th Ave (7th Ave & 55th St SW exit), the B/D/E at 7th Ave & 53rd (Broadway & 53rd NE exit)

There is a Citibike station on 54th & 9th, and the M11 and M31 buses stop on 9th & 10th avenues.